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Gender Inequality: Women Representation in Boardrooms Rises By 1% Over 3 years!

With the current rate of a 1% rise every three years, it would take as long as 42 years to reach 30% women on boards, and 72 years to reach 40%.

Gender Inequality: Women Representation in Boardrooms Rises By 1% Over 3 years!
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